The bots are also a complete waste of time if you are wanting to practice and develop skills. You will just teach yourself bad habits by learning to play against them. I say don't worry about your stats and just have fun playing the game. Nobody cares about your stats anyways... If you are wanting to get into a good clan just play on their servers and kick some ass. I don't think anybody is going to care about your total score. They will just care about your performance while they are monitoring you.
The bots in CS:S follow predetermined paths and snipe from predictable places. Basically after you play a certain map with them for about 15 minutes you are going to learn their habits and exploit them. I can get a 20:1 kill to death ratio against the hardest bots and then go into a server against players and have a negative KD ratio...
When you make the bots harder they don't get any smarter, their aim just gets really good. They are still predictable and act nothing like real human players.
Originally Posted by Crazy9000
I didn't know there even were Kill/Death stats. AFAIK the only kill/death are kept by each individual server you play on, and aren't global.
Yeah I think this is the case. I've only looked up my stats on individual servers. I've never seen total stats anywhere.
I don't think a total score would even be relevant since servers have such different rules and settings. It wouldn't even make sense to compare stats of people from different servers considering they might have different weapons allowed, different gravity settings, different $ settings etc. Some servers even give you $16000 every round making it easy to always have the best guns.Edited by Epitope - 7/6/12 at 3:25am